Your words hold hidden mysteries that, once decoded, can unleash energy and pave the way for radical growth. Ready to discover what lies beyond your initial expressions?
A recent change in my routine reminded me of a surprising way to make workouts and work more effective and efficient. The biggest challenge might be giving yourself permission to employ it.
You don’t own a language when you can conjugate verbs and know vocabulary. You own a language when you can communicate your ideas effectively. And that requires a particular skill.
The most important element for learning is not how you intake information or take notes. It’s not even implementation. In order to use the information, you must have this element to process it.
When it comes to tracking your goals, you may know the importance of measuring. But what, exactly are you measuring? And are you measuring the right thing?
In Part 3 of this series on CrossFit’s DT workout, I distill the lessons I learned from shaving 6 minutes off my time into 5 actionable tips you can use to structure your day for more time, energy, and efficiency.
Patterns and principles of success in one area apply to other areas. In a span of 7 weeks, I improved my time on CrossFit’s DT workout by almost a full 6 minutes. Here are 5 lessons I learned from the DT workout that you can apply outside the gym.